In a previous video, we briefly talked about attachment styles and how each type responds to parenting, relationships, friendships, and outlook on life. In this video, Psych2Go aims to go deeper into each of the four attachment styles: Secure (type B), Insecure Avoidant (type A), Insecure Ambivalent/Resistant (Type C), and Disorganized. And how each type function at work or school, relationships, and crisis.
The previous video can be found here: https://youtu.be/fyV0NksMbiE
“The way you were raised, where you’ve raised, and your relationship with your family shapes a large part of who you will become as an adult.” Do you agree? Understanding our childhood and our attachment styles is part of growing up.
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